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[30 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on Samsung sells 50 million touchscreen phones | ]

Samsung has sold its 50 millionth touchscreen cellphone that month, which just goes to show how hot the touchscreen market is at the moment. Europe is the top continent where Samsung’s touchscreen handsets are concerned at 19 million units, followed by the US, and South Korea with sales figures of 6.3 million, 3.4 million and 3 million, respectively.
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[30 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on Audio-Technica AT-SPB5 BoogieBox Speaker | ]

Audio-Technica’s AT-SPB5 BoogieBox Speaker is the 21st century boombox, coming in a toolbox body design which makes it suitable for being transported around everywhere. Apart from being rugged, it is plus compelling adequate to keep you and your mates entertained with a couple of 70mm full range speaker units and an integrated amplifier. Retailing for $159.99 a pop, the Audio-Technica AT-SPB5 BoogieBox Speaker has a battery life of approximately 10 hours, where you can choose from red, black or camouflage colors.
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[30 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on Melty Chocolate phones | ]

Trust the Japanese to come up with something foolish like the Melty Chocolate phones, where it comes in a 3D effect chocolate case, complete with chocolate themed menus and wallpapers to keep any sweet tooth happy. Good thing that is one chocolate bar that won’t attract any ants when left alone and unwrapped. Features include an 8-megapixel camera alongside the words “Give me a sweet smile”, a 3″ display and a Japanese system TV tuner. Availability is pretty limited in Japan with just 13,000 units produced.
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[30 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on NDrive navigation solution for iPhone | ]

Want to prepare the best use of your iPhone’s GPS navigation capabilities? Why not try on the NDrive navigation solution for size? that $32.99 app is half as cheap as those provided by TomTom, Navigon or Magellan, but it ain’t too shabby either with built-in maps, motorized day/night switching for easier viewing, speeding ready alarms, alphabetical or QWERTY keyboard option, POIs with favorites, descriptions, phone and website urls as well as voice directions. What do you think?
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[30 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on Creative ZEN X-Fi2 firmware 1.10.04 | ]

The Creative ZEN X-Fi2 has received a new firmware update in the scheme of version 1.10.04, where you get a much improved user interface which helps banish nightmares of its touchscreen experience prior to that. Apart from that, other improvements include a new color UI, better responsiveness, accelerometer support and the inclusion of a popular Sudoku game to keep you entertained cerebrally while you’re on the go. Could the Creative ZEN X-Fi2 finally be worth looking at with the new firmware update 1.10.04?
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[30 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on PSPgo sees lower £149 price point | ]

Entertainment retailer HMV has recently slashed the price of the Sony PSPgo to £149, which is a huge chunk off the initial £224.99 back when the device was rolled out earlier that October. Could that be a prelude of (good) things to come for the consumer, seeing that the original asking price for the PSPgo borders somewhat on the ridiculous? Now when will someone across the Atlantic do the same for gamers on that side of the continent?
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[30 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on JVC and Kenwood unveil MDV-313 | ]

JVC and Kenwood have teamed up to release their maiden car navigation system known as the MDV-313, where that device is touted to bring the best of both worlds in a solitary device. You get a built-in DVD player (no Blu-ray yet), an integrated 1Seg TV tuner, a USB port and virtual 3D maps among others, where the highlight of the MDV-313 would be its high speed response day that is touted to improve the user experience by leaps and bounds. No view on pricing or availability elsewhere, but that …

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